Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs
Interim Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs - Planning and Resources
Interim Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs - Graduate Studies, Research, & Faculty Development
Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
Dr. Christina Robinson, Interim Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs - Graduate
Studies, Research, & Faculty Development
The School of Graduate Studies is responsible for the development and administration of graduate degree policies, procedures, and programs, some of which include: admitting and enrolling all Full Time and Part Time students who wish to be matriculated, officially filing their planned programs of study, and collecting students' applications for graduation. The Graduate Dean monitors graduate student progress and approves theses, special projects, and dissertations. Students apply for graduate assistantships in this office.
Dr. Momar Ndiaye, Director
The George R. Muirhead Center for International Education at Central Connecticut State University is the State of Connecticut's Center for Excellence in International Education. The Center houses four regional studies centers: the Africana Studies Center, the Center for Caribbean and Latin American Studies, the East Asian Studies Center, and the Endowed Chair in Polish and Polish-American Studies. The Center promotes diversity as a critical component of the development of our students, our community and our thinking. The CIE is the sole source of immigration counseling for CCSU's population of over 400 international students and scholars, and provides a framework for faculty and staff to participate in overseas educational programs, such as faculty and student exchanges or short-term courses abroad. The Center also houses an Intensive English Language Program, which offers full-time and part-time English Language, Business English and American Culture instruction to international students and faculty, foreign professionals, and members of the Connecticut community.
Dr. Carl Antonucci, Director
The library provides information services to the faculty, staff, and students at CCSU. The print collections now exceed over 650,000 volumes, ranging from children's books to advanced research texts. The library subscribes to 3,000 print journals and hundreds of electronic journals and other information databases. The electronic card catalog, CONSULS, is linked to the other three campuses of the Connecticut State University System, as well as the State Library, and provides our campus community with access to over one million volumes and a multiplicity of electronic resources.
Mr. Patrick Tucker, Registrar
The Registrar's Office has responsibility for maintaining the official student academic records, undergraduate registration, add/drop, all student grades, and issuing transcripts. In addition, the Registrar's Office deals with change of students' status within the University (except for part-time graduate students who move to full-time status--which is handled in the Graduate Office), declaration of audit, pass/fail course status, appeals for lack of satisfactory progress for students with financial aid, appeals for student in-state residency, initial degree audit evaluations, graduation clearances, and issuance of diplomas.
Mr. Kevin Oliva, Director
The Academic Center for Student Athletes' fosters an environment for students where they can learn to be responsible and productive citizens, ready to enter the workforce upon graduation. Our staff supports our student-athletes with balancing their academics and athletics through one on one meetings with advisors, group workshops, supervised study hall, and academic advising. Through these interactions with advisors, student-athletes are given the tools they need to reach their full potential and become thoughtful, responsible, and reliable leaders.
Mr. Stephen Miske, RAM Program Coordinator
The First In The World / Research Aligned Mentorship (RAM) program is an extremely prestigious program funded by a major grant awarded to Farmingdale State College by the United States Department of Education. The name of the grant stems from the USA’s aim to regain its former position as a leader in producing students with baccalaureate degrees. In 1995 we were 1st, and as of 2014, we have fallen to 19th place. Farmingdale State College has partnered with CCSU and three other universities to participate in this grant with them. Regardless of major, the CCSU RAM Program provides extra benefits and rewards that will enhance learning and that will give RAM students opportunities not available to other students.